New Albuquerque Charter School Helps Students Drop Back In

New Albuquerque Charter School Helps Students Drop Back In
technology

A new kind of school is being launched in New Mexico for students who have fallen behind.

Kyana Gordon
  • 8 december 2009

Colegio Sin Fronteras will be launched as a pilot project of the Robert F. Kennedy Charter School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Most of the students expressing interest have fallen behind, lacking the necessary credits to graduate and find traditional high school does not suit them. Educators will teach a computer based core curriculum, but the school will also include mentoring, work study, and community service programs. Prospective students must complete a three-week orientation to be considered, and every nine weeks participate in goal-setting seminars.

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